Will Celtic’s near-flawless Premiership form continue?
In the first period of the season, amazingly, Ange Postecoglou’s side won 14 of 15 league matches, scoring 50 goals in the process.
The one exception came back in September when the Hoops were surprisingly beaten 2-0 by St Mirren in Paisley.
Nevertheless, since then, the champions have won eight on the bounce, leaving them nine points clear at the top.
Way back on Flag Day, Stephen Welsh’s header and Jota’s rocket saw Celtic overcome Aberdeen 2-0 at Parkhead.
This though could be a tougher test, as they make the 138 mile journey north.
That’s because the Dons kick off in third place, a position they’re desperate to cling onto until May.
At home this season, Jim Goodwin’s team have won six of seven matches so far, including each of their last five, scoring 22 times in total.
When Aberdeen were last in action, Bojan Miovski’s penalty was enough to down Dundee United.
However, the Dons’ home record will be thoroughly put to the test in the next few days, with Rangers also visiting the Granite City on Tuesday.
Before then, will Celtic leave Pittodrie with all three points?